Our culture often teaches us to consider, “What’s in it for me?“
We’re asked to participate in a business venture … “What’s in it for me? How can my career be advanced?”
We’re asked for a favor … “What’s in it for me? What could this person do in return, for ME, one day?”
I ask my five year old to help with anything, at all, around the house, and while he might not voice it as such, he certainly is asking, “What’s in it for me?”
What am I going to get out of doing this?
Well, over the next two weeks we’re going to be answering that question … in regards to having a relationship with Jesus.
Why should I wake up at 5:30 am just to spend time with Him every day?
Why should I prioritize reading the Bible, or praying, or going to church?
What’s in it for me?
We’re going to explore the benefits of having a relationship with Jesus. How, if you let Him, He will come in and make you a new person, who sees the world more vibrantly, with love and peace bursting from your heart … regardless of what this world throws your way.